Lill says in an interview that she's again trying to fit in again and to find a niche for herself. Lill is driving the Nash Rambler of Comical Persistence.
Commercials. That Island of Misfit Snack Mascots commercial for Target is kind of cute, but also kind of disturbing. Mr. Peanut just looks like he would never fit in with the rest of them. I think Mr. Peanut would be teased and end up in therapy. (Insert nut joke.) (Apologize for nut joke.) (Get nasty email about nut joke.) (Make additional nut joke.) (Repeat as needed.)
A voice warbles as we watch a few fish frolicking in the water, and then return to Camp Drake. The tribe is investigating some pieces of fruit from a tree they've located. They look like oranges, but it's clear from the associated facial expressions that they taste more like lemons. Burton mentions that the discovery of this new tree is one of the little changes since he's been away. Rupert, Christa, and Burton set out to find the tree and grab some more fruit, much to the dismay of a nervous Jon, who rightly wonders whether there's plotting going on. While they walk, Christa says that she objects to Jon because she thinks they should always tell the truth, and Jon has a way of telling lies. Oh, great. She's going to be one of those "the game is all about honor" people. That won't be tiresome at all. Burton tells Christa and Rupert that there will be no more lying from him, because if the members of Drake tell lies to each other, Morgan will only wind up taking the whole thing out from under them. Christa opines that they should "screw Jon," because he'll betray them in a minute once there's a merge. Incidentally, Christa is wearing a black sweater during this scene that I believe was once Trish's, although I couldn't swear to it. You'd better believe if I got booted in a situation like this, all my useful clothing would go with me, one way or another. Nobody's celebrating my ouster in my sweater. Anyway, Rupert shows his usual mastery of wacky strategery by apparently arguing that Jon isn't, in fact, likely to ally with Morgan, because Morgan won't trust him. Does he not get that Morgan doesn't have to trust Jon to ally with him, any more than Drake has to? He is a good fisherman, Rupert, but no rocket scientist, if you get my drift. Burton gently teaches a lesson in remedial Survivor, reminding Rupert that Morgan might ally with Jon even if they don't like him. We'll just let that penetrate Rupert's beard while we go and do something else.